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This George Cukor romantic comedy casts Greta Garbo as ski instructor Karin Borg Blake. She gives lessons to wealthy American playboy Larry Blake (Melvyn Douglas), and the two fall in love and marry even though Larry has a girlfriend named Griselda Vaughn (Constance Bennett) waiting for him back in New York. Returning to New York, Karin fears that Griselda will win Larry back. In an effort to foil Larry's imagined dalliance, Karin poses as her own twin sister, Katherine, hoping to get Larry to fall in love with her instead of Griselda. Larry is onto the scheme and plays along with her, pretending to fall in love with Katherine. But this infuriates Karin, who can't believe that her husband would fall in love with her sister, and she storms back to her ski resort. ~ Paul Brenner, Rovi

  • Release date:September 30, 1942

Awards

Awarded by
Nominee
Category
Year
Status
National Board of Review Greta Garbo Best Acting 1941 Winner

Cast

Greta Garbo
as Karin Borg Blake/Katherine Borg
Melvyn Douglas
as Larry Blake
Constance Bennett
as Griselda Vaughn
Ruth Gordon
as Ruth Ellis
Robert Sterling
as Dick Williams
Roland Young
as Oscar Miller
Frances Carson
as Miss Dunbar
Tom Herbert
Connie Gilchrist
Olive Blakeney
as Phyllis
George Lollier
as Cab Driver
Gloria de Haven
as Debutante
Roy Gordon
as Man
Eula Guy
as Woman
Grace Hayle
Arno Frey
as Waiter
George Calliga
as Hotel Clerk
Hilda Plowright
Lorin Raker
Vinton Haworth
as Guide
Emily Fitzroy
as Rhumba Dancer
William Tannen
as Ski Guide
Andre Cheron
as Headwaiter
George Cleveland
as Sheriff
Bess Flowers
as Receptionist

Crew

George Cukor
Director
Gottfried Reinhardt
Producer
Ludwig Fulda
Play Author
Salka Viertel
Screenwriter
S.N. Behrmann
Screenwriter
George Oppenheimer
Screenwriter
Joseph Ruttenberg
Cinematographer
Bronislau Kaper
Composer (Music Score)
Leo Arnaud
Musical Direction/Supervision
George Boemler
Editor
Cedric Gibbons
Art Director
Edwin B. Willis
Set Designer
Adrian
Costume Designer
Warren Newcombe
Special Effects
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